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Outmin is looking to take away the burden associated with admin

Outmin, a start-up set up by Irish tech veterans Ross Hunt and David Kelleher, has emerged from stealth and is already snapping up clients both locall(...)

Chicken bites developed by Eat Just using cultured meat. Photograph: Eat Just

Cultured meat, produced in bioreactors without the slaughter of an animal, has been approved for sale by a regulatory authority for the first time. Th(...)

Andrew O’Shaughnessy of Poppulo. Photograph: Cathal Noonan

The last four of eight nominees in the international category of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year competition are profiled this week. The awards are ru(...)

Global Shares chief executive  Tim Houstoun. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

Clonakilty-based financial technology company Global Shares intends to float on public markets in 2024 once it reaches a valuation of €1 billion. The(...)

 Donald  Trump: played down the threat of the coronavirus on Sunday night. Photograph: EPA/Chris Kleponis / POOL

US president Donald Trump played down the threat of the coronavirus on Sunday night, despite the Federal Reserve announcing a dramatic package of stim(...)

Irish consumers have a distinct preference for beef from grass-fed cattle. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Ireland’s livestock sector shows little signs as yet of engaging with so-called “clean meat”, a new technology expected to cause significant food-sect(...)

The Hatch programme provides participants with €25,000 in investment, as well as mentoring, office space for a year and a chance to pitch to a follow-on fund.

We may like to imagine the fish we eat comes from free-flowing rivers or the open seas but in reality, this is often not so. Over half of all fish con(...)

Global Shares chief executive Tim Houstoun said the investment was good news for clients, partners, shareholders and staff.

Motive Partners, a US private equity company backed by the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), has taken a 40 per cent stake in Irish fintech st(...)

Irish start-up Cainthus uses predictive imaging to monitor the health and wellbeing of livestock. Photograph: iStock

Irish agritech start-up Cainthus made business headlines around the world earlier this year after it emerged it had received financial backing from on(...)

Who said moo? Cainthus uses breakthrough predictive imaging to monitor the health and wellbeing of livestock

Cainthus, an Irish agtech start-up that has developed facial recognition for cows, has received an undisclosed equity investment from Cargill, one of (...)

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